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Congratulations, Class of 2020! It's time to celebrate together, even while we're apart. Share the joy and excitement of this milestone with your family, friends, fellow graduates and the Westminster community. Please enjoy this collection of videos, messages and a virtual yearbook and reflect on your favorite college memories, embrace what matters in the present and look forward to the future.

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Don’t forget to use your Class of 2020 printables (PDF) as photo props and decorations because a celebration isn’t a celebration without decorations!

Elena Byassee, 2020 Rider Scholar

Community Greetings

Celebrate the Class of 2020 with greetings from some of the many people who have played a role in each student’s success.

Virtual Yearbook

Add your personal page, share your memories and connect with your classmates in this digital keepsake. The Class of 2020 virtual yearbook is a gift to you from the Alumni Association, as we welcome you as our newest members of the alumni family.

Commencement Ceremony

We look forward to honoring our graduates, which will include reading their names and singing the Anthem of Dedication, at the rescheduled ceremony. Visit rider.edu/commencement for the latest information.

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Use #WCC2020 to share your celebration photos and connect with our community.

Memories of the Class of 2020

VIEW YEARBOOK

Recall cherished memories and significant events of the past four years. 

A highlight of Westminster’s annual Spring Convocation is a speech presented by a senior Rider Scholar. Since the 2020 Spring Convocation was scheduled to occur after the campus closed in March, Elena Byassee, who had been selected to deliver the 2020 Rider Scholar speech, offered to record her speech at home.  Her inspiring words are a powerful reminder of the important role that Westminster Choir College plays in today’s world.

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WCC students holding up signs reading "We miss making beautiful music with all of you at Westminster."